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Murray and Stephanie Saunders weren't even planning on having children when whey bought a six-bedroom Victorian home in the early 2000s.
"I don't know what other organizations are, but it's like a big family," Gale Tooke said. "We know Dale and Mark personally, my son knows them, my son's around the dressing room. They welcome that kind of thing. They're great, great people. ... They always make sure that you're comfortable and everything's going good."
"All of the kids that have lived with us have brought different experiences for us. And they're fun," Gale Tooke, 45, said. "They come home — I say home, they come back every summer, we see them every summer mostly all of them. They're like our extended family, and so is their family. So it's a lot of fun."